Olas Small Crossbody Bucket Bag in White / Yellow

¥16,364

Inspired by the ocean’s waves, the Olas woven bucket bag adds movement and texture to your everyday look. Olas, meaning “waves” in Spanish, pays tribute to movements of the sea. Each handbag features a round woven body in this distinctive chevron pattern, as well as matching tassel accents and gold metallic details.

  • 100% Handmade by Wayuu artisans in Colombia
  • Seamless design made with durable acrylic fibers
  • Interior utility pocket with invisible seaming
  • Metallic pieces: zamac coated with 24K gold
  • Dimensions: 20 cm height x 17.5 cm width
  • Crossbody / shoulder strap: 107 cm length x 4.5 cm width
  • Care Notes: Hand wash in mild soap at 30° C

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Olas Small Bucket Bag Details

Each Olas small bucket bag is handmade by master artisans in Colombia.  As a result, there will be some slight variations in size from one piece to the next. Every bag tells a story. As a personal expression of the artist, each bag also comes with an original drawing on the bottom. If you would like to preview the drawings available for this bag style, contact us with your request. We will be happy to assist you!

As your new favorite accessory, the handcrafted Olas bag also offers useful daily function. Each Olas small bucket bag features an interior pocket for stashing your phone, keys, and other items. A long woven shoulder strap allows for comfortable long-term wear. An ample strap length means that this piece also doubles as a crossbody bag. Treasure your bag for years to come with this durable, washable design.

AALUNA Collection

Each piece in this collection comes exclusively designed by AALUNA and lovingly handcrafted by master artisans from the Wayuu tribe in Guajira, Colombia. Master artisans construct each handbag, or mochila, as a single seamless piece using traditional weaving and fiberwork techniques. By purchasing a handmade bag from this collection, you are supporting a fashionable and ethical business model that supports skilled artisans in South America.

On behalf of AALUNA and the Wayuu tribes working with us, thank you for supporting us.